'Frozen' DVD Review: Catchy Songs And Cute Characters Make This Movie An Instant Disney Classic
Frozen, Disney's latest animated masterpiece, is centered on two sisters, Anna (Kristen Bell) and Elsa (Idina Menzel). Frozen tells the story of a two princesses who are locked away from the rest of their kingdom because of a secret hidden by their family. When the time comes for Elsa’s coronation, her magical powers that allow her to create snow and ice out of nothing are exposed and she leaves town to avoid hurting her sister Anna or anyone else again.
The movie is full of catchy, Disney signature-style songs that make the audience just want to sing along. After Elsa's disappearance, the people of Arendelle are trapped in a permanent state of winter because of her powers. Anna sets off on a quest with the help of Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf the snowman (Josh Gad) to find her sister and end the magical winter.
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Disney captures the essence of a family movie once again with Frozen. The combination of cute characters, moral lessons and great music make Frozen a must see for anyone who enjoys a classic Disney adventure. I give Frozen five out of five stars as it is on par with the standard that Disney has set for animated movies.
The DVD includes a host of Bonus Features including "The Making of Frozen," a behind the scenes look at how Frozen came to be. There is also a feature called "D'frosted: Disney's journey from Hans Christian Andersen to Frozen," which chronicles Walt Disney's desire to make a movie about the famous children's story, and the 75 year journey it took to make that dream a reality. The Bonus Features also include deleted scenes, music videos, including one by Demi Lovato, and a Disney short called "Get a Horse!" starring Mickey Mouse.
Frozen is now available on DVD and Blu Ray.